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The Milk Carton Kids On Mountain Stage

West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Playing songs off their album, All The Things That I Did and All The Things That I Didn't Do, Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan prove two voices and two guitars can make a one-band folk revival.

The Milk Carton Kids On Mountain Stage

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Violent Femmes perform for Mountain Stage in 1993. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Violent Femmes On Mountain Stage

West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Violent Femmes released its tenth studio album, Hotel Last Resort, in July 2019. To mark the occasion, we feature a frenetic, acoustic Mountain Stage performance from 1993.

Violent Femmes On Mountain Stage

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Teitur On Mountain Stage

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Teitur Lassen's fertile imagination has cooked up savory, soul-baring songs cut by Seal, Corrine Bailey Rae and Mandy Patinkin.

Teitur On Mountain Stage

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Josh Rouse On Mountain Stage

The now Nashville-based Josh Rouse strolls back for his third visit to Mountain Stage, making himself right at home during a four-song set.

Josh Rouse On Mountain Stage

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Jill Sobule makes her 9th return to Mountain Stage to play some of her fan favorites. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Jill Sobule On Mountain Stage

Hear Denver native Jill Sobule on the Mountain Stage, performing some of her most popular songs.

Jill Sobule On Mountain Stage

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Joe Newberry On Mountain Stage

Missouri native Joe Newberry plays banjo and shows off his vocal prowess on this episode of Mountain Stage.

Joe Newberry On Mountain Stage

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Remembering Russell Smith On Mountain Stage

Russell Smith, hit songwriter, performer with The Amazing Rhythm Aces and composer of "Third Rate Romance," died on July 12. Here's a look back at his appearances on Mountain Stage.

Remembering Russell Smith On Mountain Stage

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The Handsome Family On Mountain Stage

Hailing from New Mexico, Brett and Rennie Sparks make up The Handsome Family. This pair delivers rich baritone vocals paired with imaginative lyrics and textured harmonies.

The Handsome Family On Mountain Stage

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Kris Delmhorst On Mountain Stage

Kris Delmhorst headed to Vermont to record the 2017 record The Wild with bassist Jeremy Moses Curtis and drummer Billy Conway.

Kris Delmhorst On Mountain Stage

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Todd Snider On Mountain Stage

Listen to charming and acoustic sounds from Todd Snider on Mountain Stage.

Todd Snider On Mountain Stage

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